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    Hi Kriesi Team,
    we have the problem, that the alt tag for our logo is missing.
    We implemented the solution that is mentioned here … https://kriesi.at/support/topic/how-to-add-an-alt-tag-to-the-logo/, but
    it seems not to work.

    Thanks for your support!

    Thilo Kiefer


    are you using a svg graphic for your logo?
    In that case the img tag is replaced by an inline svg file. The alt ( and title ) tag is not transfored to the inline svg – because this is not the way svgs are handled. Instead the most svg files do have title tag inside and f.e. a description:

    <svg role="img" aria-label="[title + description]">
      <desc>[long description]</desc>

    if you want to do it the correct way for wai-aria : just open your svg file before upload and add these two ( title is commonly present: change it to your needs ) add description of that svg file.

    BUT: these attributes are not needed inside svg – see : https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/SVG/Attribute/Core

    • This reply was modified 10 months ago by Guenni007.

    No, it is as .png File.
    Thank you


    On your media library – did you insert on attachment details any title or alt attribute?


    Hi Thilo,

    Thanks for contacting us!

    Could you please firstly update Enfold to the latest version 5.2.1 – https://kriesi.at/documentation/enfold/theme-update/? :)



    Update to Enfold to the latest version 5.2.1 done!



    Thanks for the update. I see that your logo has an alt tag now, please let us know if you should need any further help on the topic.

    Best regards,


    Hi, so yes, if you look in the code the alt tag is shown. But the screaming frog says, no alt tag. So somehow there seems to be a problem here. BR, Thilo



    Thanks for the update. We can’t really answer for third party tests unfortunately, isn’t the content on your actual site what is important?

    Best regards,


    By the way @ThiloKiefer – this is a nice tool – to inspect a whole page – and the free-version is quite sufficient. (Screaming Frog)


    This seems to be an issue with your tool, because the alt tag is showing in the source code.
    Unless there is anything else we can assist with on this issue, shall we close this then?

    Best regards,


    Yesterday i had a similar message with that tool – and it was my logo image – but i used it additionally on a different place ( in my case in icon circle as center logo image) unfortunately the alt attribute from the media library is not taken over here.
    or f.e.: in your footer widget – have a look if you place that image elsewhere – because that tool does not show where you placed that image – only the path of that image.


    Guenni007 Günter said that has been added for v5.3

    Best regards,

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